Author: Meredith St. Henry

1 Year Ago The US Reported its First COVID-19 Case

Jan. 18 marks one year since the first COVID-19 case was reported in the U.S. Now nearly 24 million infections have been reported nationwide along with nearly 400,000 deaths. And Los Angeles hit a grim milestone over the weekend. They’re the first county in the nation to hit 1 million coronavirus cases. Los Angeles County’s Health Department also confirmed their first…

FBI Warns of Potential Extremist Threat to Inauguration

The FBI is warning of more violence from domestic extremists leading up to the inauguration. They say they’ve seen an extensive amount of online chatter about potential threats surrounding the inauguration. More National Guard members are on their way to Washington D.C. to protect the nation’s capital. On Inauguration Day, about 21,000 troops will be stationed around the city. And…

Biden to Lay Out Mass Vaccination Plans for US

President-elect Joe Biden says he will lay out his COVID-19 vaccination plan Friday. His goal is to have 100 million shots administered by the end of his first 100 days as president. Thursday night, Biden unveiled his $1.9 trillion Rescue and Recovery plan to combat the pandemic. $400 billion will go towards vaccinating Americans faster and reopening schools. Biden’s plan…

WHO Scientists Arrive in China to Investigate COVID-19

A team of scientists arrived in Wuhan, China on Thursday, where the virus was first detected more than a year ago. The WHO says it believes the virus came from a live market and want to know how it jumped from animals to people. The U.S. has accused the Chinese government from hiding the extent of the initial outbreak, but…

House to Vote on 2nd Impeachment of Pres. Trump

Pence Declines 25th Amendment Push from House

Just days before President Trump term ends, the House is voting on impeaching President Trump for a second time. Democrats have been leading the push, but now some Republicans are joining them. The House is reconvening at 9 a.m. to consider the impeachment article. You can watch it on 9&10 News Plus with the free VUit mobile app. If the…

Airplane Passengers Entering US Required to Show Negative COVID-19 Test

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now requiring all passengers entering the U.S., even Americans, to show a negative COVID-19 test before boarding their flights. Another new variant of the coronavirus has now been detected in Japan. Officials say it was discovered at an airport in four people arriving from Brazil. It’s not clear how this variant differs from…

Homeland Security Leader Resigns Ahead of Biden Inauguration

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf resigned just nine days before Joe Biden’s inauguration, prompting sharp criticism. Some experts say it’s both disgraceful and irresponsible for Wolf to call it quits before a national security special event. Less than a week ago, Wolf pledged to remain in office. Ahead of the inauguration, President Trump approved D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s request…

House Democrats to Vote on Resolution Urging Pence to Activate 25th Amendment

With the inauguration about a week away, Democrats are moving forward with their plan to remove President Trump from office. House Democrats will vote on a resolution Tuesday night, urging Vice President Mike Pence to activate the 25th Amendment. The House is meeting at 9 a.m. to consider Rep. Raskin’s resolution. 9&10 News is livestreaming it on our Watch Now…

Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: Dude, Danny & Lily

DUDE Show Caption Hide Caption DANNY Show Caption Hide Caption LILY Show Caption Hide Caption It’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! This week we have Dude, Danny and Lily–just three of Northern Michigan’s many great, adoptable animals waiting for a loving family to take them home. First up, meet Dude. He’s a happy-go-lucky hound mix who loves to play…

Biden to Receive 2nd Vaccine Dose

President-elect Biden is expected to receive his second dose of the coronavirus vaccine publicly Monday. It will be broadcast on live T.V. And Vice-President elect Kamala Harris will receive her second dose in the coming weeks. A spokesperson for them says they’re both getting the shot publicly to continue to instill confidence in the vaccine’s safety and efficacy.